Try as we may to schematize
the world's history-past, present, and future--the reality is that we can never fully anticipate, much less comprehend or dictate, the entire historical outworking of anything, including religious developments.
One of its greatest strengths is the way it repeatedly manages to schematize
large patterns of thought without oversimplifying them.
It resists any external force, which tries to schematize
one's subjective individuation.
Similarly, Wallerstein's dichotomy of "center" and "periphery," designed to schematize
the relationship between "the West and the rest" in world history, seems ill-suited to the relationship between Venice and the mainland, especially as the latter had a number of smaller centres of its own, some of which gradually bypassed Venice and developed thriving economic relationships with cities elsewhere in Italy and north of the Alps.
his findings, he constructs three figures, each one comprising two axes representing factors which differentiate the respondents.
She looks for these models first in Lawrence's murky theoretical writings, such as Study of Thomas Hardy and Other Essays, where he struggles to schematize
the flux of experience.
Washington, among others, would use to schematize
A child's world is more intellectually simple than an adult's and thus it is easier to schematize
people and events as being dichotomous: good / evil, friends / enemies.
If we schematize
the process, we would have the following:
CMs are commonly used to schematize
processes, such as photosynthesis in a biology class, and systems for knowledge domains, such as feudalism in a history class.
By introducing concepts in an environment where the utility and scope of those concepts is readily discernable by the learner, Abner makes it far more likely that students will be able to appropriately schematize
and index the knowledge they are acquiring (the inability of which exposes the learner to "structure deficits").
These tools are designed to schematize
episodic memory and provide a means of representing complex systems in an understandable form.